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Watch: Sonakshi Sinha grooves in her maiden single ‘Aaj Mood Isqholic Hai’

The song, showcases Sonakshi Sinha in Bohemian style. It has been entirely shot in Goa.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: December 23, 2015 7:09:18 pm
sonakshi sinha, sonakshi sinha song, sonakshi sinha new song, sonakshi sinha maiden song, aaj mood ishqholic hai, sonakshi sinha aaj mood ishqholic hai, entertainment news Come Christmas and Sonakshi Sinha is all set to give her fans a treat with her maiden single titled ‘Aaj Mood Isqholic Hai’. The song, which showcases her in Bohemian style, has been entirely shot in Goa. The actress drives a luxury car in the city of beaches with her on screen love.

Come Christmas and Sonakshi Sinha is all set to give her fans a treat with her maiden single titled ‘Aaj Mood Isqholic Hai’. The song, which showcases her in Bohemian style, has been entirely shot in Goa. The actress drives a luxury car in the city of beaches with her on screen love.

Produced by T-series, the song has been composed by Meet Bros. Sonakshi can also be seen rapping in the peppy number.

After successfully trying her hand at acting and dancing, the actress has victoriously come out as a singer as well. (Sonakshi Sinha’s dons hippie look for her maiden single ‘Aaj Mood Ishqholic Hai’)

Watch the song here:

Talking about the location of her song, Sonakshi said, “I wanted a very bohemian look for the video, and best place to be in that particular style is Goa because of its hippie vibe.

The actress who started her career opposite Salman Khan in Dabangg has finally joined the bandwagon of actors turned singers which includes the likes of Priyanka Chopra, Shraddha Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and more.

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